Equine

  • EQUINE - Time out holidaying your horse and how to feed for rest periods

    1 Oct 2017

    It is around about this time of year and certainly up to and across the festive season that many people give their horsey partners a well-deserved rest period or horsey holiday. This can vary from a couple of weeks to a couple of months but what should happen to feeding during these periods? Rules of Feeding One of the Golden Rules of Feeding is to “feed according to work done”.  This essenti...

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  • EQUINE - Young Riders Blog Oct 2017

    1 Oct 2017

    LEIGH-ANN ALLAN FROM PERTHSHIRE. NORTH OF SCOTLAND WINNER That’s a wrap!  I cannot believe how amazing this last month has been with the end of my first season eventing, getting to compete at Blair Athol horse trials and all my training being moved up another gear to exceed all my aspirations for this year (and next!).  Firstly Blair Athol arena eventing was such an amazing experience and r...

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  • EQUINE - Young Riders Blog Sept 2017

    30 Sep 2017

    LEIGH-ANN ALLAN FROM PERTHSHIRE. NORTH OF SCOTLAND WINNER Hey, Welcome to my first blog post as the Harbro young rider for the north of Scotland.  This is my first time doing anything like this so please bear with me and apologies in advanced for my poor spelling and technical accuracy! Wow! What an adventure this first...

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  • EQUINE - Autumn Feeding Transition Time

    1 Sep 2017

    As I write this, summer has definitely wound to an end and we are now into autumn. The light is fading fast and shortly the clocks will change, marshalling us into winter. It is about this time of the year that management of your horse begins to change drastically and it is important to ensure that you have a feeding and management plan for the winter months. Decreased exercise If you have be...

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